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Aldo and Gwen's Family Portraits

As soon as this family walked up and started cracking jokes, I knew I was in for a fun shoot. With all the funny faces and playing off one another, I told Aldo, Gwen, and their girls, Elisa and Sara, that I was going to have to do a blooper reel for them! 23 more words

Portrait Photography

Caitlin Denton of Stockton Selected for Peace Corps Youth in Development Assignment in Thailand

Peace Corps Volunteer Profile:

Name: Caitlin Denton

Age: 22

Hometown: Stockton, Calif.

Alma Mater: University of the Pacific, Sociology, 2015

Country of Service… 387 more words


Advice for College Freshmen by Haybie Wong

It’s been almost two months that I’ve been in college. So far, the college experience has been going well, and I find it hard to believe that almost half the semester has already past! 557 more words


Emma Gibb and Maddie Hopper sign to UC Davis, Pacific

Emma Gibb and Maddie Hopper were going to finally play basketball together this season when Hopper transferred to Western Mennonite High School this year.

The pair played on a basketball team in their youth. 567 more words


Was San Fernando's Founder a Murdering Methodist Minister?

A couple of weeks ago, someone left a comment on the Lopez Adobe Facebook page (click here) simply saying “Charles Maclay the murderer,” in reference to the founder, in 1874, of San Fernando. 1,251 more words

Lopez Adobe

UOP lays out economic trends in Stockton and San Joaquin

Last week, I had the honor of speaking at the University of the Pacific’s Center for Business and Policy Research’s 2015 State of the Northern San Joaquin Valley conference. 660 more words


Sacramento Professor Suggests Educators Be Passionate About Teaching

The production of proteins is one of the most powerful tools used in biotechnology and greater life sciences. Being able to manufacture and synthesize a large supply of “recombinant protein” opens up a world of limitless possibilities suitable for uses in industry, as well as disease treatment. 375 more words